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Louise (Sgritto) Johnson

AGE: 61 • Manalapan

Louise (Sgritto) Johnson age 61, formerly of Keyport and Middletown and currently residing in Manalapan, NJ entered eternal rest on October 8th, 2017.

Louise is survived by her loving mate, Donald Gall; her loving children, Danielle and her husband, Ajmal Amin, son, Nicholas Johnson; cherished parents, Louis and Connie Sgritto, sister Donna Thepault and husband John, and caring brother James Sgritto and wife, Janet; mother-in-law, Anna Gall; stepdaughter Courtney VanNostrand and husband James; their daughters, Poppy and Shea; stepsons Alex Gall; Donald Gall and wife, Janet. A special acknowledgement goes out to Louise's boss and friend of many years, Jack Dayan of Spectrotel, Inc. Jack was a "constant" in the lives of both Louise and her family and he and his family are considered "blood relation". She is survived by her nephews Matthew Sgritto and Jesse Thepault; her forever friends, Donna Kelly and Patrick Leccese have always been her sidekicks through good times and bad. Donna was always close to lend a hand or to provide soul food…the gift of her laughter. Louise was truly blessed by a very loving and close-knit family, as well as a group of friends that were second to none. She leaves this world knowing that she is loved and has been blessed and is at peace with this knowledge.

She will be humorously remembered for her fervent desire to "clean" her house, cook chicken cutlets for Danielle and Nick's friends, and her enjoyment of Atlantic City.

Arrangements will be "private" and a Celebration of Life will follow in the near future.

In lieu of flowers, the family desires donations are made in Louise's memory to Sloan Memorial Hospital.
Published in Asbury Park Press on Oct. 11, 2017
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